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    I do my films in 1+50 to be able to control the contrast better while still having a dev time that will make me capable of doing other stuff that day

    I tend to develop a bit more for the contrast to increase and make my negs crispy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david b
    I'm sure this has been written before, but I find rodinal works best with slower films but there are a lot of people who like tri-x in rodinal. I think Bill Brabdt was one of them, please correct me if I am wrong.

    I love APX 100 at 100 and dev'd 1+100 for 22 minutes. Some of my best negs have come from this combo.
    I also love Pan F at 50 and dev'd 1+50 for 13 minutes.

    I have never used tri-x and rodinal.
    I am with you on this David. I like the slower films in Rodinal too. The APX 100 (4X5) was very nice but now it is gone (sniff).... I will have to try the Pan F....

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    try the EFKE films, you won;t be dissapointed
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    [QUOTE]I do my films in 1+50 to be able to control the contrast better while still having a dev time that will make me capable of doing other stuff that day


    like you elbow excerise program?

    I tend to develop a bit more for the contrast to increase and make my negs crispy.
    Have you tried battering and a deep fat fryer?
    "Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect."

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    Ilford Delta 100 is quite nice in the Holy Hot Rod. See attached, shot with Canonet QL17 GIII developed in Rodinal 1+50 for 16minutes at 20c.


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    Althought I have never done any testing of what different dilutions do with Rodinal, nor have I put prints side-by-side, I would suspect that the differences would be subtle.

    I like Tri-X in Rodinal, but I don't use that combo for fine grain, no matter what the dilution, I use it for the tonality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garryl
    Have you tried battering and a deep fat fryer?
    That is not until after the fixxxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    Ilford Delta 100 is quite nice in the Holy Hot Rod.
    OH YEAH! MY FAVOURITE!

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    Urgent! Moderator wanted, this thread shows too much enthousiasm!!!

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    I soup all my 120 film in Rodinal 1:50;
    APX100 @64 - 17min
    Neopan400 @320 - 12min
    Why making things complicated.

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